Towson struggles in loss to LSU, 83-46

Maryland women fall short vs. Dayton

Gallaudet tops St. Mary's

Quinn, Melton lift Goucher

November 29, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Collis Temple scored 19 of his game-high 24 points in the second half as LSU routed Towson, 83-46, last night in Baton Rouge, La.

The Tigers (5-1) improved to 7-0 all time against teams from the Colonial Athletic Association, while Towson (1-3) fell to 0-7 against the Southeastern Conference.

Sam Sutton, Towson's only double-figure scorer, scored 10 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Calvin Dodson scored nine and Kerry Augustus added eight points and seven rebounds for Towson.

"I thought our team competed a lot longer than we did in the Georgetown game," said Towson coach Michael Hunt, whose squad was coming off a 91-40 loss to the Hoyas.

"But we're still having a hard time scoring. In the first half, we had a couple of layups that we missed and we were only 3-for-9 from the free-throw line."

Temple hit 10 of 12 shots, led LSU with seven rebounds and had a team-high five of LSU's season-high 18 steals. Torris Bright added 14 points and a game-high seven assists. Brad Bridgewater scored a career-high 12 points and Ronald Dupree 11.

In the first meeting between the schools, LSU led 8-2 before falling behind three times, the last at 14-13 on a layup by Towson's Dodson with 10:33 to halftime. But the Tigers responded with a 14-0 burst that continued into a 19-2 run, capped by Temple's drive that put LSU ahead 32-16 with 3:58 to halftime.

Gallaudet 94, St. Mary's 81: Brandon Jones scored 25 points and Jeffrey Turner added 21 points and 14 rebounds, but the Seahawks (1-4) couldn't beat the host Bison (2-4).

Goucher 64, Mary Washington 56: Trevor Quinn and Lafayette Melton each scored 16 to power the Gophers (3-1, 1-0) past the host Eagles (2-3, 0-1) in Capital Athletic Conference action in Fredericksburg, Va.


Dayton 56, Maryland 53: Deedee Warley netted a game-high 19 points as the visiting Terps (3-2) were edged by the host Flyers (1-3).

Both teams managed 20 field goals and two three-point baskets, but Dayton outscored Maryland 14-11 from the free-throw line for the difference.

Stefanie Miller scored 16 points and Heather Haselman added 12 for Dayton.

Mt. Aloysius 87, Frostburg St. 51: Ginger Fanelli scored a team-high 20 points to lead the visiting Mounties (1-4) over the Bobcats (0-5).

Kim Faust led Frostburg State with 23 points and seven rebounds.

Western Maryland 64, Dickinson 40: Kelly Cramp netted 17 points as the Green Terror (3-1) cruised past the host Red Devils (1-1).

Western Maryland shot 52 percent from the field and 42 percent from three-point range while holding Dickinson to just 27 percent.

Brooke Brenneman added eight points and six rebounds for the Green Terror.

Hood 69, Chestnut Hill 54: Mandy South led all scorers with 20 points and Danielle Allen added 11 points and grabbed 17 rebounds as the Blazers (4-0) remained undefeated against the visiting Griffons (1-2).

Hood's 4-0 start is the best in school history.

Salisbury 65, Marymount 59: Amy Campion had team-highs of 18 points and 13 rebounds as the Sea Gulls improved to 3-1 against the host Saints (3-3).

Pam Kenney added 15 points, and Jamie Kohlenstein had 14 for Salisbury.

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